Monday, January 12, 2009

Isle Of Cats

Forget fat cats, Thanet is the top area for spotting big cats according to Teletext! Statistics gathered by big cat researcher Neil Arnold reveal there were 21 sightings on Kent's Ramsgate Peninsula during 2008, with the majority based around Birchington.

One explanation for the number of sightings of supersize pussies on the north side could be the widespread prevalence of cataracts, crack and cans of Stella in the area, according to one Thanet blogger.

Click here to read story on Teletext
Click here to go to Kent Big Cat Research blog

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Now i know what killed some of the herd of wildebeest...in my garden.

Walter

Anonymous said...

It is an urban myth all down to SuperTim and a cunning marketing strategy.

Crystal Methodist said...

I saw one driving a Bentley the other day LOL

Anonymous said...

Surely it was at the wheel of a Jaguar not a Bentley? If it decided to go by classic public transport, it would hop on an old Leyland Leopard or Tiger bus. LOL

Ah well, paws for thought, eh!

Anonymous said...

There must be a health and safety 'claws' against that!

Anonymous said...

I saw one burning down the Thanet Way on a Panther motorcycle ho ho

Anonymous said...

I thought August was known as the silly season not January? But I heard on the news this morning that laughter is supposed to help you lose weight - so we need a lorra lorra laughs - not much else to laugh about with so much unemployment on the cards

Anonymous said...

Scientists call this the Lynx Effect - when you overdo it snorting the contents of a can of deodorant.

Anonymous said...

seems that a 'big cat' has been sighted in westbrook, Hatfeild road to be precise

Hugin said...

I told this pink moggy to stop using my garden as a lavatory and he said he would come back with his big brother - I thought he was joking! Call Inspector Clouseau!